[ ɹˈabɪtsfˈʊt fˈɜːn], [ ɹˈabɪtsfˈʊt fˈɜːn], [ ɹ_ˈa_b_ɪ_t_s_f_ˈʊ_t f_ˈɜː_n]
How to use "Rabbit's-foot fern" in context?
The rabbit's foot fern, Cystopteris annua is a common, hardy fern that grows wild in moist, well-drained soil. These ferns are Freeze-Tolerant, meaning they can take adverse conditions such as frost, snow, and low humidity. This fern is slow growing, so patience is required when starting out with this variety. The flowers of this fern are pink, and the fronds are finely divided and oval-shaped.
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